Blackline Safety Showcasing Gas Monitoring Devices at Préventica Paris

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The Global Health and Safety Conference in France will feature the G7 EXO gas monitor.

Blackline Safety has confirmed its participation in Préventica Paris, a leading professional gathering focused on workplace health, safety, and quality of life, scheduled from May 23 to 25, 2023. The company will be displaying its complete range of connected safety solutions, currently utilized by 2,000 organizations and 50,000 individual workers across Europe, North America, and the Middle East. The company invites attendees to visit Stand N42, Porte de Versailles Hall 3, Paris, for demonstrations.

Included in the display will be the G7 EXO, a direct-to-cloud portable area gas monitor. This device offers quick deployment, flexible configuration, and versatile mounting options. The effectiveness of the G7 EXO was demonstrated in a recent industrial fire incident involving lithium batteries in Normandy, where firefighters used the device to sample and monitor air quality continuously.

Attendees of this year's Préventica event will also have the opportunity to examine the G6 wearable single-gas detector, which offers cloud connectivity and data insights. The company's G7 wearable personal gas detector will also be on display.


Blackline Safety's suite of solutions is supported by its emergency management tools, Blackline Live and Blackline Analytics. These software solutions provide real-time incident notifications, enabling organizations to manage incidents. Users can monitor, configure, and deploy their fleet anytime, anywhere, with reports generated automatically from data streamed directly from the field.

Blackline Safety leverages the Internet of Things to enhance safety and operational performance. Blackline provides wearable devices, personal and area gas monitoring, cloud-connected software, and data analytics to meet demanding safety challenges and increase productivity.